The One-two Punch Boxing Workout: 12 Weeks to Knock-out Fitness
Over 10 million individuals in North America participate in some form of boxing or cardio-kickboxing workout at least once a month. Boxers have to be in prime condition to enter the ring. Andy Dumas and Jamie Somerville, Canada's leading fitness-boxing experts, teach readers how to have fun and boost stamina, strength and agility while throwing punches in their new book, THE ONE-TWO PUNCH BOXING WORKOUT. Readers wanting a new and different fitness training regimen will find this book and program informative and the results rewarding. THE ONE-TWO PUNCH BOXING WORKOUT takes the best part of boxing training and combines it with mainstream fitness. The easy to follow One-Two Punch Program combines fitness boxing, cardio-conditioning and muscle conditioning, covering all aspects of fitness in a cross-training format. * Dramatically increases stamina, power, speed, and agility * Teaches throwing effective punches and moving with the focus and dexterity of a boxer * Requires no contact or prior boxing experience "The One-Two Punch Program describes in detail the training of a boxer," says Dumas. "But this is not just a boxing book. The intent is not to promote physical contact and does not address fighting matches. The intent is to fully describe, illustrate and explain how a boxer trains to become more physically fit, fit enough to get in a ring and compete."
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activity agility amateur boxing arms athletes basic two-foot jump beats per minute bench Biceps Curl body boxer boxer’s workout boxing gloves boxing training cardio cardio-conditioning catcher chest chin classic boxing stance Cool-Down counterpunch develop double jumps elbow execution exercise feel feet fight fitness level ﬂoor footwork forward front hands Hold improve increase intensity interval training Jump Rope keep kick knees knuckles left foot left hook left jab lift lower medicine ball minutes Mixed punches move movement Muscle Conditioning muscle fibers One-Two Punch Boxing opponent partner perform physical power punch Punch Boxing Workout punch combinations puncher range of motion Refer to Chapter relaxed Repeat repetitions rotate running seconds Sprint session shadow boxing shoulder slightly slip sparring speed sport starting position straight punches straight right stretch target mitts Targeted area three-minute rounds tight torso trainer Triceps uppercut Warm-Up Weight machine weight training wrap wrist